Which MO Programs Are Good, Which Are Not?? Advice please. - page 2

I am about to finish my Bachelor's in Business and have decided I would like to pursue becoming a RN. Since I've already been in school for 4 years I would like to do that as quickly as possible. I... Read More

  1. Visit  carlarenee02 profile page
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    Trying to stay as objective as possible, i would try other schools first. LSN lab facilities, etc are not modern and you get very little, if any practice time for labs compared to other schools. i was very disappointed in their program
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  3. Visit  WickedOne513 profile page
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    I Know that I am thread jacking a little but what about in the Springfield area?
  4. Visit  jjdennis1279 profile page
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    Quote from newgirljill
    I am about to finish my Bachelor's in Business and have decided I would like to pursue becoming a RN. Since I've already been in school for 4 years I would like to do that as quickly as possible. I see that most schools offer accelerated programs. I also am not sure if I am missing some programs because when I have googled schools I think I've found most but my friend goes to Central Methodist University in Fayette and it never showed in the results. I didn't know if maybe it wasn't accredited or something. I can go to school in either St. Louis or the Columbia, MO area where I live now.

    Could some of you experts please enlighten me as to what schools in the St. Louis and Columbia, MO areas are good programs with good reps and what I should possibly stay away from or that are not accredited??? I need advice.

    Also, many of these programs seem to want you to apply very very far in advance. I was hoping to take my science pre-reqs while waiting for the session I will take to start but if I have to have them done by the time I apply it may be a long time. Anyways, that's my issue I guess.

    Any advice would be SOOO helpful!!! THANK YOU!!!!
    Did you pick a program yet? If so, which one?
  5. Visit  maggijo profile page
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    In terms of reputable schools, Maryville U. is way up there in terms of NCLEX scores (most recent: 96%) and good reputation for their BSN program. Something to consider.
  6. Visit  silliemunkie profile page
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    I just registered yesterday for their RN-BSN program at Chamberlain. I'm interested to hear an advice or comments you have about their program.

    Jason


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